Palo Alto Hills Golf & Country Club
3000 Alexis Dr
Palo Alto, CA 94304-1303, United States

Stepping onto the first tee will take your breath away with sweeping views of the San Francisco Bay to your right and the rolling hills of Palo Alto and the Arastradero Wild Life Preserve to your left. The par 72, 18 hole course is immersed in this unique and beautiful setting which makes for an unforgettable round of golf for Members and Guests.
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General Manager:Dirk Zander
Superintendent:Andrew Morgan
Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:Collared Shirt (No Denim)
Season Start:Year-round, weather permitting
Reserved Tee Times:Learn More
Pro Shop :yes
Driving Range:Grass hitting surface
Short Game Practice:yes with sand bunker
Water Hazards:Moderate
Sand Bunkers:Moderate

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Recent Scores

Date Golfer Score
5/1/19 sfo007 112
4/30/19 John Baker 90
4/29/19 Robert Hamburger 119
8/1/18 saantony 95
7/28/18 saantony 86
7/28/18 saantony 87
7/27/18 saantony 89
7/25/18 saantony 92
7/20/18 saantony 85
7/20/18 saantony 85
6/30/18 saantony 95
6/30/18 saantony 90
6/29/18 saantony 90
6/23/18 saantony 89
6/12/18 saantony 91
6/9/18 saantony 87
6/8/18 saantony 91
6/8/18 saantony 90
5/26/18 saantony 87
5/25/18 saantony 87
5/14/18 saantony 42*
5/12/18 saantony 91
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  hpinsf - 12/4/10
Palo Alto Hills Golf and Country Club is a short, hilly, tight, course with fairly tricky greens. This is certainly not a bombers paradise. Club selection off the tee is crucial, unless you can work your drive significantly both ways. The fairways are fairly narrow, so even a good drive down the 'middle' can creep into the rough. On my day of golf, the rough was no picnic. The course is hilly but very walkable, and at least on my day, most of the members walked the course. The trees are varied and beautiful, and you get great views of the valley and south bay. If you have a good driving day here, you'll have mid irons to the greens and a chance to score well. There is no middle ground however, a bad driving day will lead to lots of doubles and higher!
  Sarge2245 - 11/8/13
  graham13349 - 6/13/13
  Nicehome - 11/13/10
  jpwag - 2/12/10
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